Crossroads UMC's Chapel or Sanctuary provide inviting wedding venues in the heart of Central Phoenix for small or larger ceremonies and receptions.
Crossroads UMC provides Methodist and Non-Denominational wedding services and can accommodate up to 50 guests in the Chapel or up to 200 in the Sanctuary.
Ceremony only starting at $550 for the Chapel and $750 for the Sanctuary.
Those wishing to inquire about the wedding and reception services offered are invited to call (602) 944-1524.
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